Burnley F.C.

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Burnley F.C.
Full nameBurnley Football Club
Founded1882
GroundTurf Moor
Ground Capacity22,546
ChairmanAlan Pace
ManagerSean Dyche
LeaguePremier League
2013/14Championship, 2nd (promoted)

Burnley F.C. are an English football club who play in Burnley, Lancashire. They were created in 1882 and play their home games at the Turf Moor stadium.

Burnley have been Football League Champions twice, in the 1920–21 season[1] and 1959–60 season.[2]

Players[change | change source]

First-team squad[change | change source]

As of 21 September 2017[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK England England Tom Heaton (captain)
2 DF England England Matthew Lowton
3 DF England England Charlie Taylor
4 MF England England Jack Cork
5 DF England England James Tarkowski
6 DF England England Ben Mee (vice-captain)
8 MF England England Dean Marney
9 FW Wales Wales Sam Vokes
10 FW Austria Austria Ashley Barnes
11 FW New Zealand New Zealand Chris Wood
12 MF Republic of Ireland Ireland Robbie Brady
13 MF Ireland [[|Ireland]] Jeff Hendrick
16 MF Belgium Belgium Steven Defour
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF Iceland Iceland Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson
18 MF England England Ashley Westwood
19 FW Republic of Ireland Ireland Jonathan Walters
20 MF Norway Norway Fredrik Ulvestad
21 FW Bermuda Bermuda Nahki Wells
22 GK Denmark Denmark Anders Lindegaard
23 DF Ireland [[|Ireland]] Stephen Ward
26 DF Scotland Scotland Phil Bardsley
28 DF Ireland [[|Ireland]] Kevin Long
29 GK England England Nick Pope
30 GK England England Adam Legzdins
37 MF Canada Canada Scott Arfield

Other players under contract[change | change source]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
MF England England Olatunde Bayode
DF England England Arlen Birch
MF England England Tinashe Chakwana
DF England England Harry Flowers
MF England England Mark Howarth
MF England England Ali Koiki
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Harry Limb
FW Republic of Ireland Ireland Khius Metz
MF England England Rahis Nabi
MF England England Christian N'Guessan
GK England England Aidan Stone
FW Wales Wales Jamie Thomas

Out on loan[change | change source]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
24 FW England England Chris Long (on loan at Northampton Town until the end of the 2017–18 season)
32 FW England England Dan Agyei (on loan at Walsall until January 2018)
34 DF England England Tom Anderson (on loan at Port Vale until the end of the 2017–18 season)
41 MF Australia Australia Aiden O'Neill (on loan at Fleetwood Town until the end of the 2017–18 season)
DF Republic of Ireland Ireland Jimmy Dunne (on loan at Barrow until 1 January 2018)
MF England England Josh Ginnelly (on loan at Lincoln City until the end of the 2017–18 season)
DF England England Luke Hendrie (on loan at Bradford City until January 2018)
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF England England Brad Jackson (on loan at Southport until the end of the 2017–18 season)[4]
GK England England Connor King (on loan at Barnoldswick Town)
FW England England Ntumba Massanka (on loan at Wrexham until 1 January 2018)
GK Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Conor Mitchell (on loan at Chester until 1 January 2018)
DF England England Alex Whitmore (on loan at Bury until 4 January 2018)
FW England England Tommy Wood (on loan at Barnoldswick Town)

League position[change | change source]

Season League Position
2000/01 First Division 7th
2001/02 First Division 7th
2002/03 First Division 16th
2003/04 First Division 19th
2004/05 League Championship 13th
2005/06 League Championship 17th
2006/07 League Championship 15th
2007/08 League Championship 13th
2008/09 League Championship 5th
2009/10 Premier League 18th
2010/11 League Championship 8th
2011/12 League Championship 13th
2012/13 League Championship 11th
2013/14 League Championship 2nd

Former position[change | change source]

  • 1888/89: First Division - 9th
  • 1889/90: First Division - 11th
  • 1890/91: First Division - 8th
  • 1891/92: First Division - 7th
  • 1892/93: First Division - 6th
  • 1893/94: First Division - 5th
  • 1894/95: First Division - 9th
  • 1895/96: First Division - 10th
  • 1896/97: First Division - 16th
  • 1897/98: Second Division - Champions
  • 1898/99: First Division - 3rd
  • 1899/00: First Division - 17th
  • 1900/01: Second Division - 3rd
  • 1901/02: Second Division - 9th
  • 1902/03: Second Division - 18th
  • 1903/04: Second Division - 5th
  • 1904/05: Second Division - 11th
  • 1905/06: Second Division - 9th
  • 1906/07: Second Division - 7th
  • 1907/08: Second Division - 7th
  • 1908/09: Second Division - 14th
  • 1909/10: Second Division - 14th
  • 1910/11: Second Division - 8th
  • 1911/12: Second Division - 3rd
  • 1912/13: Second Division - 2nd
  • 1913/14: First Division - 12th
  • 1914/15: First Division - 4th
  • 1919/20: First Division - 2nd
  • 1920/21: First Division - Champions
  • 1921/22: First Division - 3rd
  • 1922/23: First Division - 15th
  • 1923/24: First Division - 17th
  • 1924/25: First Division - 19th
  • 1925/26: First Division - 20th
  • 1926/27: First Division - 5th
  • 1927/28: First Division - 19th
  • 1928/29: [First Division - 19th
  • 1929/30: First Division - 21st
  • 1930/31: Second Division - 8th
  • 1931/32: Second Division - 19th
  • 1932/33: Second Division - 19th
  • 1933/34: Second Division - 13th
  • 1934/35: Second Division - 12th
  • 1935/36:Second Division - 15th
  • 1936/37: Second Division - 13th
  • 1937/38: Second Division - 6th
  • 1938/39: Second Division - 14th
  • 1939/40: Second Division - -
  • 1946/47: Second Division - 2nd
  • 1947/48: First Division - 3rd
  • 1948/49: First Division - 15th
  • 1949/50: First Division - 10th
  • 1950/51: First Division - 10th
  • 1951/52: First Division - 14th
  • 1952/53: First Division - 6th
  • 1953/54: [First Division - 7th
  • 1954/55: First Division - 10th
  • 1955/56: First Division - 7th
  • 1956/57: First Division - 7th
  • 1957/58: First Division - 6th
  • 1958/59: First Division - 7th
  • 1959/60: First Division - Champions
  • 1960/61: [First Division - 4th
  • 1961/62: First Division - 2nd
  • 1962/63: First Division - 3rd
  • 1963/64: First Division - 9th
  • 1964/65: First Division - 12th
  • 1965/66: First Division - 3rd
  • 1966/67: First Division - 14th
  • 1967/68: First Division - 14th
  • 1968/69: First Division - 14th
  • 1969/70: First Division - 14th
  • 1970/71: First Division - 21st
  • 1971/72: Second Division - 7th
  • 1972/73: Second Division - Champions
  • 1973/74: First Division - 6th
  • 1974/75: First Division - 10th
  • 1975/76: First Division - 21st
  • 1976/77: Second Division - 16th
  • 1977/78: Second Division - 11th
  • 1978/79: Second Division - 13th
  • 1979/80: Second Division - 21st
  • 1980/81: Third Division - 8th
  • 1981/82: Third Division - Champions
  • 1982/83: Second Division - 21st
  • 1983/84: Third Division - 12th
  • 1984/85: Third Division - 21st
  • 1985/86: Fourth Division - 14th
  • 1986/87: Fourth Division - 22nd
  • 1987/88: Fourth Division - 10th
  • 1988/89: Fourth Division - 16th
  • 1989/90: Fourth Division - 16th
  • 1990/91: Fourth Division - 6th
  • 1991/92: Fourth Division - Champions
  • 1992/93: Second Division - 13th
  • 1993/94: Second Division - 6th
  • 1994/95: First Division - 22nd
  • 1995/96: Second Division - 17th
  • 1996/97: Second Division - 9th
  • 1997/98: Second Division - 20th
  • 1998/99: Second Division - 15th
  • 1999/00: Second Division - 2nd


Notable former players[change | change source]

Past and present Internationals[change | change source]

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Albania
Cameroon
England

Greece
Iceland
Ireland
Jamaica
Northern Ireland

Scotland
Trinidad and Tobago
Wales


References[change | change source]

  1. England 1920–21 Archived 5 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
  2. England 1959–60 Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
  3. "First team". Burnley F.C. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  4. "Jackson joins Southport on loan". Burnley F.C. 5 July 2017. Retrieved 5 July 2017.[permanent dead link]